Peter Aldrich, a graduate of the Pratt Institute in the early 70s, was a student of advertising and graphic design. As his coursework covered photography from a commercial and fine art perspective, he grew and cultivated an interest in photography, and it became his medium of choice. Tonight, Aldrich displays a series titled ‘Urban Constructivism’. Over the past few years, Aldrich has primarily concentrated on various urban-themed projects. The images in this portfolio interpret modern cities through photographic collages of architectural details. By compositing images together, Aldrich claims that he is able to convey his personal impressions of city environments. The interplay of lines, forms and patterns represents the vibrancy of modern urban life in a compressed manner while bold colors amplify the dynamic character of these places.